Emergency Preparedness Workbook

Emergency plans are one of those things that you feel like you will never need until you need one. So we want to help you break down the process of creating an emergency response plan into easy-to-execute steps so that you can have a working emergency plan in place in no time.

You will be able to store your completed plan in a safe place where you can refer back to it every month as a refresher. We recommend reviewing your emergency plan each time you complete your monthly fire drills.

This workbook covers:

  • Types of Emergencies
  • Important Information
  • Evacuation Planning
  • Fire Drills
  • Shelter-in-Place Planning
  • After the Emergency

These resources are included in the guide but can also be downloaded separately:

Meal Planner

Do you currently make meal plans?

Safety Checklist

Do you already have a safety checklist for your dayhome?

Parent Guide

How much do you know about dayhomes in Alberta?

Child Care Cheat Sheet

How confident are you in knowing what to look for in a dayhome?

Dayhome Guide

Where are you at in your dayhome journey?

Parent Handbook Checklist

Do you have a Parent Handbook for your dayhome?

Dayhome Guide

Where are you at in your dayhome journey?

Mental Health Action Plan

Do you have a mental health action plan?

Authorized Pickup

Do you already have an authorized pickup form?

Incident Report

Do you already have an incident report form?

Illness Notice

Do you already have an illness notice form?

Medication Administration

Do you already have a medication administration form?

Attendance Record

Do you keep a daily attendance?

Evacuation Map

Do you already have an evacuation map for your dayhome?

Emergency Records

Do you have emergency records for your dayhome?

Fire Drill Record

Do you have a fire drill record for your dayhome?

First Aid Checklist

Are you creating a first aid kit or refilling an existing one?

Burnout Guide

Are you currently experiencing burnout?